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Place Abellinum by N. Purcell — last modified Jun 08, 2018 07:57 AM
Abellinum was a settlement of the Hirpini in Campania.
Place Acquedotto Anio Novus Ponte S. Antonio by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Apr 05, 2020 10:05 PM
The Ponte S. Antonio carried the Anio Novus aqueduct.
Place Ad Octavum by S.L. Dyson — last modified May 16, 2015 03:47 PM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 48 A2 Ad Octavum
Place Albarracín-Cella Roman aqueduct by H.S. Sivan — last modified Dec 07, 2016 09:35 AM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 25 D5 unnamed aqueduct (Albarracín-Cella, NE S. Cristo)
Place Andelos aqueduct by H.S. Sivan — last modified Oct 20, 2012 06:36 PM
Unlabeled on the Barrington Atlas, this aqueduct supplied ancient Andelos
Place Ansignan aqueduct by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Feb 04, 2018 07:13 AM
The remains of a Roman aqueduct bridge over the Agly river.
Place Aqua Alexandrina by L. Quilici — last modified Dec 30, 2013 03:23 PM
The Aqua Alexandrina was an ancient Roman aqueduct that carried water 22.4 km from Pantano Borghese to the Baths of Alexander in the Campus Martius. It was in use from the third to the eighth century AD.
Place Aqua Alsietina by L. Quilici — last modified Jan 30, 2018 09:48 AM
The Aqua Alsietina was an aqueduct built by Augustus that drew water from the lacus Alsietinus (Lago di Martignano) and conducted it to Rome.
Place Aqua Anio Novus by L. Quilici — last modified Mar 28, 2018 09:28 AM
Aqua Anio Novus is an ancient aqueduct supplying the city of Rome. Begun by Caius in A.D. 38, it was completed and dedicated by Claudius in A.D. 52.
Place Aqua Anio Vetus by L. Quilici — last modified Dec 22, 2017 09:08 AM
Aqua Anio Vetus, an aqueduct serving Rome and built originally during the third century BC. The Anio Vetus carried water to Rome from the Aniene near Vicovaro.
Place Aqua Antoniniana by L. Quilici — last modified Jul 11, 2019 06:02 PM
The Aqua Antoniniana was a branch of the Aqua Marcia that carried water to the Baths of Caracalla.
Place Aqua Appia by L. Quilici — last modified Apr 11, 2013 04:23 PM
The earliest of Rome's aqueducts the Aqua Appia was constructed in 312 BC by the censor Appius Claudius Caecus. The aqueducts runs a course of 16.4 km, entering Rome at the Porta Maggiore. Frontinus estimated the daily volume at 75,537 cubic meters.
Place Aqua Claudia by L. Quilici — last modified Jul 02, 2018 06:31 AM
The Aqua Claudia was one of the four great aqueducts of the ancient city of Rome. It was begun by Caius in A.D. 38 and completed by Claudius in A.D. 52.
Place Aqua Hadriana by C. Foss — last modified Jun 27, 2019 03:40 PM
The aqueduct referred to as the “Aqua Hadriana” served the imperial palace in Constantinople.
Place Aqua Iulia by L. Quilici — last modified Feb 02, 2014 11:59 AM
A Roman aqueduct built by Marcus Agrippa in 33 BC and expanded by Augustus between 11 and 4 BC.
Place Aqua Marcia by L. Quilici — last modified Nov 03, 2016 10:53 AM
The Aqua Marcia was the longest of Rome's 11 aqueducts.
Place Aqua Tepula by L. Quilici — last modified Dec 22, 2017 09:15 AM
The Aqua Tepula was an aqueduct built in 126 BC by the censors G. Servilius Caepio and L. Cassius Longinus.
Place Aqua Traiana by L. Quilici — last modified Feb 22, 2014 06:07 PM
The Aqua Traiana was an aqueduct built by Trajan and inaugurated in AD 109.
Place Aqua Virgo by L. Quilici — last modified Jan 01, 2014 09:40 AM
The Aqua Virgo was one of the 11 aqueducts supplying the city of Rome and was completed by Marcus Agrippa in 19 BC. The aqueduct was later revitalized by Pope Adrian I in the eighth century.
Place Aqueduct east of Djebel Zid by R.B. Hitchner — last modified Feb 14, 2012 06:13 PM
An aqueduct connected to areas of centuriation north of Segermes

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